- Sep 23, 2009
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Long time viewer, first time poster. I purchased a Nagoya and had my PDI today. Question for those who also have a Nagoya layout. The master bedroom door is a sliding door that does not slide over flush with the window wall because the baseboard is sticking out by a few inches ( the sliding door makes contact with the baseboard first, which leaves a large gap between the door and wall for pretty much the length of the entire door). The builder claims it it is installed as per design. But it is very strange to me that the door cannot actually slide over to 'close'.
My question for the other Nagoya owners, have you thought of any clever ways to fill the gap?
I think my plan is to hire a contractor and rip out the sliding door to replace it with a normal door (if that's even possible).
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Ugh - why wouldn’t they frame it in like a regular door way? We have a different layout but they will probably do the same thing